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15-year-old on the run after fatally shooting 15-year-old girl in Kenosha

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Shooting on 66th Street in Kenosha

KENOSHA -- A manhunt is on for a 15-year-old wanted in connection to a shooting that left a 15-year-old dead and her 39-year-old mother seriously injured. Police say Martice Fuller had a relationship with the 15-year-old girl he killed -- now identified as Kaylie Juga.

Fuller may be armed with a firearm and is considered dangerous. Police say do not attempt to confront him.

With Fuller on the run, neighbors are left on edge.

Martice Fuller

Martice Fuller

"It's a scary feeling when someone gets shot," said Kathleen Lindquist, who lives nearby. "I am very sad for the family. I don't know what to think."

The Kenosha Police Department, Kenosha Fire Department, and Kenosha County Sheriff's Department showed up to the scene at 3 p.m. Thursday, May 9, after reports that two people were shot.

"I think it's frightening we don't have that around here. It's very unusual activity and it kind of makes us feel unsafe," said Kelly Petti, lives nearby.

Shooting on 66th Street in Kenosha

Shooting on 66th Street in Kenosha

A mobile command center set up, a tactical team entered the home and found no one else inside as an armed state patrol trooper sent neighbors back inside.

"Makes me wonder why he's out there holding a gun," Petti said. "What else do we not know?"

Three dogs were removed from the home.

Shooting on 66th Street in Kenosha

"I wish everything could have came out better but it didn't. I just have prayers for the family and they're in my prayers," said Lindquist.

Fuller stands 6'2" tall, 160 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was enrolled as an eSchool student with the Kenosha Unified School District as a student at Bradford and Indian Trails High Schools. Police say Fuller may be armed with a firearm and is considered armed and dangerous; do not attempt to confront him.

Anyone with information on the investigation is asked to contact the Kenosha Police Department Detective Bureau at 262-605-5203. Those that wish to remain anonymous should call Kenosha Area Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333.

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